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The following are the latest Colorado Energy news articles as returned by a live Google News feed:


Into the Wind - The AWEA Blog (blog)

EDITORIAL: Activists target 'Big Wind' in war against energy
Colorado Springs Gazette
Utility corporations, under state mandates they support, are responding with wind farms and solar arrays paid for with rate hikes. As wind turbines dot the landscape, opponents organize against them. The Hill identified Colorado's Xcel Energy as the ...
Grid reliability, security and diversity: Another way wind works for ...Into the Wind - The AWEA Blog (blog)

all 7 news articles »

The Colorado Statesman

Touted energy efficiency program re-up hits legislative speed bump ...
The Colorado Statesman
A bipartisan bill to reauthorize a popular and by most accounts dramatically successful utility-run energy efficiency program in the state was detoured ...

and more »

The Denver Post

Colorado Energy Office battle continues with one day left in ...
The Denver Post
The General Assembly entered its penultimate day with more than 190 bills still outstanding and cranked through the list like a sausage factory, approving most ...
Fight intensifies in Legislature over renewal of Colorado Energy OfficeDenver Business Journal
State Senators Debate Overhaul To Colorado's Energy OfficeCBS Local
Democratic amendment puts Colorado Energy Office in doubtKKTV 11 News

all 9 news articles »

The Colorado Statesman

Popovich: Energy Department right to study impact of regulations on US power grid
The Colorado Statesman
Evidently, though, an examination of these impacts on electricity production crossed a red line by possibly raising awkward questions about the massive subsidization of renewable energy. In an April 28 letter to Secretary Perry, the nation's wind and ...
IEEFA Asia: India's Electricity-Sector Transformation Is Happening Now - Institute for Energy Economics & Financial ...Ieefa

all 93 news articles »

The Denver Post

Colorado's Gov. Hickenlooper signs $26.8 billion state budget that avoids “draconian cuts” to hospitals, schools
The Denver Post
The office is tasked with promoting a variety of energy sources, from renewables such as wind and solar, to fossil fuels including coal and gas. It offers energy efficiency grants to schools and farms, and manages a popular weatherization program for ...

and more »

The Hill (blog)

Is 'big wind' making people sick?
The Hill (blog)
Wind energy has gone from supplying one percent of Colorado's total energy output in 2005 to 14 percent in 2014. ... According to Renewable Northwest, a renewable energy nonprofit organization, the average wind turbine operates at around 50 decibels.


The Denver Post

President Trump's energy policy clouds future of Colorado Energy ...
The Denver Post
A top Republican lawmaker is using a pressing deadline to renew the Colorado Energy Office to demand significant changes and realign the office with the ...

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The Denver Post

Demise of Colorado Energy Office could slow innovations
The Denver Post
Republicans, who opposed funding the Colorado Energy Office and on a national level similar entities supporting renewable energy innovation, do have a point. It's unseemly that someone who can afford a $57,000 Tesla solar system would also get $15,000 ...


The Colorado Statesman

Slow-motion replay: Cooke unleashes legislative jiu jitsu on energy efficiency program
The Colorado Statesman
Sate Sen. John Cooke, a Republican from Greeley, played point-man Thursday in an effort to kill a popular Colorado energy efficiency program, which he argued was an absurd waste of money and a form social engineering. But House Bill 1227, which would ...

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